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Table of Contents

  1. A. Introduction
  2. B. Federal Lands Highway Program (FLHP)
    1. B.1 Emergency Relief Program - Federal Roads (ERFO)
    2. B.2 Indian Reservation Roads Program (IRR)
    3. B.3 IRR and BIA Roads Maintenance Programs
      1. B.3.a IRR Roads Maintenance Program
      2. B.3.b BIA Roads Maintenance Program
    4. B.4 IRR Bridge Program (IRRBP)
    5. B.5 Park Roads and Parkways Program (PRP)
    6. B.6 Public Lands Highway Program (PLH)
    7. B.7 Refuge Roads Program (RRP)
  3. C. Federal-aid Highway Program (FHP)
    1. C.1 Highway Funding Programs
      1. C.1.a Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Program (CMAQ)
      2. C.1.b Equity Bonus Program (EBP)
      3. C.1.c Ferry Boat Discretionary Program (FBD)
      4. C.1.d Highway Bridge Program (HBP)
      5. C.1.e Highways for Life Pilot Program
      6. C.1.f High Priority Projects Program (HPP)
      7. C.1.g National Corridor Infrastructure Improvement Program
      8. C.1.h National Highway System (NHS)
      9. C.1.i National Scenic Byways Program
      10. C.1.j Projects of National and Regional Significance Program (PNRS)
      11. C.1.k Transportation, Community and System Preservation Program (TCSP)
      12. C.1.l Truck Parking Facilities Program
    2. C.2 Flexible Funding Programs
      1. C.2.a Surface Transportation Program (STP)
      2. C.2.b STP - Transportation Enhancements (STP-TE)
    3. C.3 Non-Motorized Funding Program
      1. C.3.a Recreational Trails Program
    4. C.4 Safety Funding Programs
      1. C.4.a Alcohol-Impaired Driving Countermeasures Incentive Program (Section 410)
      2. C.4.b Child Safety and Child Booster Seat Incentive Program (Section 2011)
      3. C.4.c Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP)
      4. C.4.d Motorcyclist Safety Program
      5. C.4.e Occupant Protection Incentive Grant Program
      6. C.4.f Safe-Routes-to-School Program
      7. C.4.g Safety Belt Performance Program (Section 406)
      8. C.4.h State and Community Highway Safety Grant Program (Section 402)
  4. D. Public Transportation Programs
    1. D.1 Transportation For Elderly and Persons with Disabilities Program (5310)
    2. D.2 Rural and Small Urban Areas Program (5311)
    3. D.3 Job Access and Reverse Commute Formula Program
    4. D.4 New Freedom Program (5317)
  5. E. Other Funding Programs
    1. E.1 Outdoor Recreation, Acquisition, Development and Planning Program
    2. E.2 Rivers, Trails and Conservation Assistance Program
  6. F. Innovative Finance Methods
    1. F.1 Grant Anticipation Revenue Vehicle (GARVEE)
    2. F.2 Public Private Partnerships (PPP)
    3. F.3 State Infrastructure Bank (SIB)
  7. Appendix
    1. Appendix A - 1: Program Descriptions
    2. Appendix A - 2: Program Authorizations
    3. Appendix B: Jamestown S'Klallam Tribe, Blyn, Washington
    4. Appendix C: Terms and Acronyms
    5. Appendix D: State Departments of Transportation
    6. Appendix E: Summary of Safetea-Lu (Public Law 109-59)
    7. Appendix F: References

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